Cammie Morgan has lost her father and her memory, but in the heart-pounding conclusion to the bestselling Gallagher Girls series, she finds her greatest mission yet.
Cammie and her friends finally know why the terrorist organization called the Circle of Cavan has been hunting her. Now the spy girls and Zach must track down the Circle's leaders and stop them before they can implement a master plan that will change Cammie - and her country - forever.
©2013 Ally Carter (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Renee Raudman is not my favorite narrator. As the series progressed she seemed to lose her energy and gave a very passable performance.
Miss Carter, however, is a gifted, Cabot-esque writer who I would love to see more from.
No. Raudman fell flat and failed to capture the significance of the series's climax.
No. Carter could and perhaps should have stopped the series at book three and it would have been just fine by me. These last few additions to the series did not meet my expectations.
In this much-anticipated finale to the beloved Gallagher Girls series, Ally Carter shoots for the stars and goes all in on a very ambitious (not to mention somewhat ridiculous) plot concept. Unfortunately it is clear from the very beginning that her aim is pretty far off the mark. Like very, very far.
Not that this book is a bad one. No, it has its good points and the charm of the rest of the series, the characters we've grown to love. But to be honest, Miss Carter should have stuck to the quirky, charming style of the first book, without all the danger and the Circle of Cavon and the other "spy stuff" which Carter handles about as well as a hippopotomas handles a tightrope. The action in this book was clearly poorly planned and poorly executed.
Worth a read, though? Absolutely. If you, like me, have read and enjoyed the previous books then no matter the poor overall plot, this book is a necessary conclusion to the series, and you'll still enjoy some quality downtime with the characters from time to time. The series did not end on a high note, as compared to the other books, but it was still a lovely little series and I will remember it fondly.
Hey there! I like Teen novels and books with female leads.
Definitely not. The narrator's voice was way too distracting. I'd prefer to actually read it.
Even though most of the characters are American, she uses a British accents for characters that shouldn't have it (Like Cammie's mom, Macey, etc.)
Buy the actual book.
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